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THURSDAY. OCTOBER. 9. 181)1
'at Amwsule JuMin f the Fupriiii Cuurt
. . A. M. POHTof Platte,
r.r RaganU ol tli Htata UiilTTHlty
II. P. WHOM AT ( liixvt.
C. H M AtFl.l of I (
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TlCKBT.
Far Dtitrlot Judtte :
Stark of lh Dlatrlct Cor :
PT T;..rf r :
L. C. EICKIIOFF.
far 0MaiyClcik :
forToBDly uf :
t9t Coun'y Huiir1r.tu(1f lit ;
J. E. LEYDA.
Par f'orooar :
J. I. UNRUH.
tot rnmmWsionrr Flrt DWrlet :
. S. W. DUTTON.
THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM.
The repubiican party of the (date
f Nehrahka piveu renewed exprec
n of its devotion to the princi
pled of the republican party and tie
dares that Uione principles, as ex
pressed by the national republican
convention, nhoulil be the strong
point of union between all repub
brans in the state of .Nebracka.
Ti e congratulate the people ujmju
tie inarv loiin piOfju-iily Htieniintr
Uie development and irrowth of the
auteof Nebraska durintr its twentv.
kinr years ol statehood under re.
puum 4ii Miiuiiiiinii aii in. anu wnicil
kai brought us to the front rank
among the leading utates of the
u ion; and we can Yearlesidy assert
- ftolt ihii h lit bem coa
-aiaWIcdby democratic power,Uuring
aay considerable time of the aanie
period, can compare with us in the
aconomical management of public
affairs, in the rapid ratio of increase
ia copulation, wealth and irencral
prosperity, not withstand na
iad that there are within
borders of the state a number of
ahasaticfied persons who took ad
jutage of the general financial de
pression which swept over the en
tore country to pave their v.-ay into
temporary prominence by declaim-
ng against the welfare of our peo
ple and slandering the fair name of
our Htate. The rains from heaven
und the rich soil, vigorously culti
vated by the energetic hands ot our
farmers, have produced such bount
iful crops and such unrivaled pros
perity that shall silence all calam
ity talkers and add to the slren;-th
nod enthusiasm of the repub!. can
We congratulate President Harri
son upon his eminently wise, loyal
a mi courageous ad mini strut inn, and
declare our absolute confidence iu
his integrity, ability and natrio-
tism, and pledge him our cordial
support iu tne dMeharge of
duties devolving iiMn him as the
chiet magistrate of the nation.
We rejoice in the restoration of
dignity, vigor find statesmanship in
the conduct of our foreign affairs
andcr the guidinr hand of Amer
ica's favorite nn, James G. lllaine.
We approve ot thenilvcr coinage
act of the present administration,
by which the entire product of the
silver mines of the 1'uitcd States is
added to the currency of the people, j
mil we denounce tne
doctrine of free and unlimited coin-
KC envi-r Hn iniaiu iai policy
..:..;.... .1.. . ' i t
iioi'ic ti yt I ii itiir: I1H7 M;iipie Ol
every city and every state in the
I. nion in n prolonged and disas
trous depression, ami delay tlie re
vival of business enterprise and
prosperity so aivienfly desired und
now so apparently near.
and unlimited coinage of silver i
wouiu .em, ,o ,ne .loaruing t g;oi.l
and to force the use of cheapaioney
in the payment of wages in every ;
workshop, mill, factory, store and
farm, and tend to the scaling down
of theage of the toiler and l!
wcaariiuiu; uu- pun uaaiag power oi
the dollar which would be used to
purchase the products of tbe farmer.
Vke are In tavor of having every
dollar as good as any other dollar.
We demand the maintenance of
the American system of pratec.tioa
to American industry and labor, the
pwney inui linn iiers inrniiuea witn
every period of mir national pros
i: t...i i . t j . i' . . .
We admire the ireuius of that
heroic statesaian. William McKin-, party, body and soul, Into the coun
ley Jr., whom the people of Ohio ' cil of lhe .ie,..itfui dem.K;ratic con
will make their next governar aa a ...
recognition of his mniftrent i ' "'njust as the republican pres. has
vices to the countrj. We nlso com-j been claiming. Hut the enthitsias
Biend and endorse that policy of re-1 tic journalist with another mighty
ciprocitv by which the Central and BWO,n, of ,e ,,,, comrt llt ,,olj.
South .American nations and the , , , " .
.Spanish Indies are being opened up '' "n1 ""J"" lnil1 ,h' fv''nt ''
to our trade tion favoralile terms ' portunity is given the independent
and by which all the surplus ! congressmen to have any voice in
prod,., t.ofour country ,nayf,.,d a1 ,lle mnMpr it U peclel to be tor
larket and by which all our people .. '
shall receive in exchange therefore ' democratic cand.dateH.
it long 1 1 in- of product which do
not puiilu.'e ruinous competition
in. i.iii inv.l peop.lc. 111)1' (lcntioy
t'10 it vi'luiinu' iui.luslrKi ol our
We are heartily in favor of the
general pi o i.-ionx of tin; interstate
' commerce net. and we demand the
regulation of all railway and trans
portation lined in auuh a manner as
to insure f.nr anil re.i.-onable rate
to the producer ami consumers of
We .'avor Biich legitdation as will
p-event all illegal combinations
and unjust exactions by aggregated
capital and corporate powers. c
inrtint upon the mippres.-iou of all
"" truslH, combines and iicheines de-e-ined
to artificially increase the
i w ' price of the tiecesburies of life.
' W e regard the world' Columbian
exposition as an important cvetit in
tlie world's history, and v e Ure in
U . ....... l , I U uu,irif m(F irt
nc.iriy ymmwijr win unj
to m;.kt it a pucceBrt. We nhould
' K' .i I. t- ... 1 . ,. anil w friVf-r
an iidditKuial appropriation by the
next U-Kisdature for this purpose,
that our prosperity and j;reatties8
may be fully exemplified. We take
pride in this state We recognize
iliat liii jrowth scd power, its pros
perity aud pood name have been
the truiU of its iudustrial people,
and we believe in iuch pohcie,
Htate and national, an will promote
justice and widen the opportunities
aiuoutf these classes, 'lo their sup
ni'UlilMlJ B JJIUUlltvn, M4iv
port iu the luture, as in me pan, c
pledge our most intelligent judg
ment and most iiticere endeavor.
We denounce the Grand Island
platform of the democratic party as
framed with the deliberate pnrpose
to mislead and .deceive; wherein
sympathy is expressed where none
is felt; wherein help is proposed
where none is rendered; wherein
purposes are avowed which are not
entertained. In support of this in
dictment we point to the pretended
friendship for the soldier, while at
the same time the democratic party
has always proclaimed against the
grant inj; of liberal pensions; to the
free silver plank, intended to deceive
the fupportem of free and unlim
ited coinage of silver, when it is
known that many of the leaders of
the party ure opposed to the doc
trine; to the failure to give the re
lief from rxhorbitant freight rates
while it was afraid to either ap
prove or censure the action of iis
acting uliett governor for vetoing
the Newberry bill.
U'e denounce the democratic
party for its insinuations against
the "integrity of the supreme court
of the state us an effort to maice tiie
judicial powers subordinate to
political parties anil as disgraceful
to a political organisation.
W'e denounce the democratic
party for its double dealing with
the civil and political right ol the
people, wherein it appears to favor
free and untrammeled elections in
the state of Nebraska, but never
raisen it voice uuuiimi ihe politioil
outrages practiced ugaini the re-
hite and l.iacK,
j throughout Undemocratic utates of
f 1111 (?"uiii
W'e arraiir the democratic party
as the enemy oi labor, scheming t.)
break down the defense of protec
li..U, , u.JUUck the wheel of
borne industry, anil lo degrade tbe
masHes Oi ihe people a party con
trolled by aristocratic and sectional
tendencies, the legacy of Ha very.
The republican party of Nebraska
appeal to the 'iilellieuce and to
the inteeritv o." ihe people of this
state and from all good cituena we
VOTE the straight ticket
TlIB republicans are confident of
victory throughout the whole coun
A. C. Mayks has practically no
opposition in his race for the sur
veyorship. Tins Is a bad year for calamity
yelpers. Crops are too good and
prices too high.x
Io you believe that a man who
hiis been repudiated by his own
townsmen is a fit candidate for
The Journal fails to tell its
I readers that Travis failed to con-
vict a single criminal in this term's
district court. An able jurist that
man Travis would make.
A cleaner,abler, more reliable set
of men were never nominated bv a
convention than the republican
nominee tor this
year. The peo.
pie realize that and will deposite
their votes accordingly.
THE Columbus Sentinel, an inde-
P ndent paper published at the
home of Judge Post, is severe in its
criliciMm of tlie World Herald in its
. A... . , A
contemptible abuse of Judge Post
This snd the democratic paper of
that place is doing valiant work for
the CHll(ie of ju-titT tni- -Piir
THE Journal wa certainly caught
napping when it said that "polit
ically, the democratic party has
everything to gain by Nebraska
iroinir independent this year -snd
next year." One might well infer
if he should read no further that
they expect t lead the independent
JUDGi F'OoT AT HoWE,
Tliiitjudc Post has in enviable
! f r."rr..-t:T ' r; ; 1 .-; fr!ir-.-tj tf;n fit'
I'ttccul m.d fullest coalideiice of
tho; e who know him f est, there on
be no question. TMi III KM, I) has
published several evidences of tlliS.
The latent ia from the Coliiiubus
TelegTiini, the democratic paper of
that place. It says:
"Although a democratic paper,
the Telegram ciumot refrain from
referring again to the villainous
attack made by certain independent
papers upon the life and character
of one of Columbus.' most honor
able aud respected citizens, A. W.
Post, republican cnudidate for
supreme judge. Not a man in
Columbus who has known Judge
Post during the years he has lived
here, believes the charges itindc
against him, and we can safely say
that he is the last man in the world
about whom such stories would be
bel icved. He has not posed as a
Sunday school superintendent or a
leading light in church affairs, but
his daily conduct during the fifteen
years of his life here has been most
exemplary, ile is a devoted htt
band and father and has a family
of whom any man in the world
could feel proud. The scandalous
charges have only intensified the
feeling of respect which the people
of Platte county feel for him, and
his complete exoneration will come
In the shape of a practically unani
mous vote fr him in Columbus
and almost overwhelming majority
over his opponent in the county."
THE TARIFF AND WHEAT
Mr. John W. Hookwalter, of
Springfield, Ohio, predicts that the
time is coming when the United
States will not produce any more
gniin than our own people need.
This is true, anil that lime will be
here very speedily. At the present
rate of growth, the consuming pop
illation is gaining faster than the
grain production of the country.
Several very careful estimates have
been published within the past two
years upon this point, wiih the
result of showing that if grain pro
duction continues at its present
rate of increase, and ourconsuiiiing
population increase in the same
ratio as in the past, it will oi.ly be
from seven to ten years until we
will be able, to consume all the
grain ruined in America.
This w ill bring the tariff directly
home to the fanners of the country.
Already it is possible to bring
wheat from India to San Francisco
at a profit and sell It a shade lower
than the home grown wheat sell
in. that market; mid there is no
doubt it would be done, were it not
that we have an import duty of
twenty rents per bushel upou it.
Two years ago the price of grain in
India was such that it could have
been brought by steamers to
Hritish Columbia, shipped over the
Canadian Pacific road, and thence
down to Chicago, at a profit, had it
not been for the duty imposed by
the tariff.- Toledo Ulade.
' IH'klNi; the six years iu which
Judge l.'n.Jsi-ll held Ihe position of
county judge he gave almost uni
versal satisfaction. He has never
been a practicing attorney, but he
has nlw.-ys been a close student of
law and, if elected, he will dis
charge the dufie to the satisfaction
of his constituency.
TlIK Journal, evidently, has not
heard that the democratic party
has no state ticket in the field. Iu
view of 4he fact that the party is a
back number this year, it would be
well for that paper to have the
ticket from the head of the list
Boomn' Arnica Salve.
Trk liKsT Balvk in the world for Cut
liruiie. Burin, Ulcers, Hslt Illicum, Fevsi
Rufra, Teller, Cimppwl 1 f ands. Chilblains,
Cern, soil all Skin Eruption, sod puai
tively cure Pile, or no pay required.
It la guaraiitoed to iive Mtinfaclion, of
ItiOiiey fuf uiuW'l. Price - CeiiU s-f lxx.
For aale by K. G. Fricke 4 Co.
Mr. C. H. Jones, of Spring Hill
Iowa, snys: "I have used Chamber,
Iain's Pain Halm for severe and
painful burns with better effect thun
anything I have ever tried. It re
lieves the pain instantly aud enres
without leaving a scar." Pain Halm
is one of the most useful medicines
that any families can be provided
with, especialy for rheumatism,
lame back, sprains, bruise, tooth
ache, ear at he and like ailmeuu.
One application will relieve the pain
and a fair trial insure a cure. .V)
cent bottles for sale by J. (j, h'rirk
k Co. Druggists.
ADttla tiirla Experience in a Llgrt
house. Mr. und Mrs. Iiren Trescott are
keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Uracil Mich, and are blessed
with a daughter, four years. Laat
April she taken down with Measles,
followed with dreadful Cough and
turned into u fever. Doctors at
home und at Detroit treated, but in
vaiii, she grew worse rapidly, until
she was a mere" handful of hones".
- Then she tried Dr. King's New
Discovery mid after the use of twa
and a half b,it!es. was completely
cured. They say Dr. King.s New
Discovery is worlh its weight in
gold, yet you may get a trial; bottle
free at K G. Prickey Drugstore.
We have sold l.ly'a Cream Halm
about three years, and have re
commended its u: e iu l.iuri: thun a
hundred special c;i -cs of catarrh.
The unanimous nnswer to our -inquiries
is, "It's the best remedy tluit
I havcever used." Our experience
is, that where parties continued its
use, it never fails to cure. J. H.
Montgomery, & Co., Druggists, Do
When I began using Ely's Cream
Halm my catat rh was so bad I had
headache the whole time and (lis
charged a large amount of filthy
matter. That has almost entirely
disappeared nnd have not had head
ache science.- J. Sommers.Stepliney,
A I'UlTI.Alt FAMILY.
Jr"!r: " How U it, Knte, thut ynii alwnyi
IM-iti in 'i-iti li on 'tu Ihe Inst new Uitnir? pri
fth.it I iuy, you uiiuiji nviu Ui g, I ahead
Katk: t ilnn't know: I eerfnlnlv do Dot
mnksHiir eT'-rti"!! in Hint ilireetl'm.1'
Jlxkik: ' Well, iliirinif uv InM few month,
fur axuiiiplu, yuu Uava Uikt u up punning,
li .. w
without any teacher t you came tntha reams
when Mum Lfllntv" ilwrtiil her IMnartr rlar
aw iiiuaenly, ami ecr'auilv ve at ail uniimr
hnf iu irraee under )our InittriieUoii; I heard
f'ttu teliini Tommy r'-miir last evening how
ni chili nutile umtnk, in l;ijnf bawUill:
Jon neein to ho up mi ill ths Imi t1ftt,' aud
now Jot what to (lmmoerall . in-umnlamv ;
jnu rntrrlaln Is-aniilully ; met in tlifl but
oiisilli vou hava iiuiruMjMi in limlth.nwiii((
you n il ma. Ui your ,h) l' alniltiiri'eicn-lH.
w Here do you get, all of your Inlorinalien
tr.Mii in Una htt If- mil-",f tbe way puu.ir lor
eH never go io ihs i-it r ."
Kaik: "Why, Juinoe, you will rnnke me
Vain. 1 have only oiiraouriitof infoi luaiUui,
lnil it i iirpriKiint how It nietua all wanta. I
very iM'l'i,,iu near i,f aiivihmg new hut shut
Us; next lew ill) I, ring me full Information
on lt iiliject. Xaglif N inua.uiel
And a gnnt traauru il la to ua ail. for It
ri.illy furni'lii'a lis' rrmlliif for the whole
hoiiMihoM: dither tins given up hU niagnr.iria
tiint he baa umen I, eara, a he mi)h IIiIi
mm glvii more and teller nil', nun! ion on
t hi ihleita of Dm day; and inoilu r ma
Cmi it in unit lh:K makia tier am li a Inn
lioo'k'iMT. In laeL, wo all nt rew that It Is
l.ieoniy ronlly rni,r miitm iii' pul likliMl,
n we hair nt lor aimplun of ull ol I In in,
and tlud that one m all lor men, nuoilier all
for women, aud another for ehlldren only,
W'lil" tin one nulla every onn id u; ao an
niily nwd to tako mm lniead of f'iernl, autt
t int in when- lint ceonomy eoni In, lur It la
:ily t !.ii a ymr. rerhnia you think I am
too luvmll III my prnie; but f will li t yiui ftil
fi'ira. or. twiler at ill, wnd lllivnls to tlie n,l-li.l-r,
V. JeunMim lN'inonit, .' Ijint l:h
Sin-i, New Vora, lor a mmple rfipv, and I
Ihnll always ooimliUT tlial I have done you
rnnt favor; aud may he you will In-euttiiig
tit out. m ton any we have the r!it'tallou ,,f
t-Miig tlie lei.1 iuforme.1 funiilv In town. If
thnl lie ao. It ia ixuiuruat lauuy Ma mine
Uiat due IL"
A liberal ofler only $:t.f)0 for
THE W'EETI.Y HERALD
and Demorest Family Magazine.
ifSend your subscription to this
Jit ; ' r ,1I
Coni-tautly kee on Land everytliin
yon Dfd U futuu-h your liouae.
aiR.SRs sixth Ann maim stsrkt
Wag, and Hlaekumllh ahuai
Wagoa, Buggy, If scbtne sod
plow flepsirlag duae
nOKSESHOIINO A BPECIALTY
-II aaas the
Which is tUs beat liomabiMi for the
fsxtnef, or for ft drivinir, or lot eh)
purposes ev InTenUxl. His so msd
that anyone ctn put on sbsrp or (M
eorki, a needed for wet and sliptiery
4sys, or smooth, dry roads. Cll at
his sbnp snd exsnilne the Mvsitsur
trnl yon will ce no other.
J. M. 8fINII.LUACKF.a
13 NorM Fifth 8t. ristUmnnth
117 310, 221 snd 228 Main St.,
S. M E0-V3, Proprietor,
lbs Perkins bss been tboronghlT
(tuut'('J ffi'ia toP t lttocs sad U
now one of tlie boat lioUls In tha state.
Biutrders will be Uksa by tbs wsk si
HM snd ni.
GOOD BAH CONNECTED
Wated-A aetle. Mlohla in salary ST
to (hii eioiilhly. wlih uiersivae, to rtuii
In hi own action S r'-iiuuii'ile New Vnik
itnun. F'lerraia. ittrtnilit, taak
loi 1 an. Kaw mk.
VI- i . V
WEIDMAN & EHEKENFELD, :'
: AUG THE LEADEKS : S
Ia all that fe lo uiske op it first cl lino ot Ilanlwaro The jf,
their stoves in a .
GJLtt - LOAD - LOTS'
and thus are enabled to undersell all competitors. i
ifty-Oiie Sqniplo Stores,
AKB ON" EXHIBITION AT OUR STORB's
Tbe lUdianf Homo and cftlcliratctl
This firm hss the ex
clusive agency of the
celebrated anti rusting
tinware guaranteed for
A large line f Cop
perware, tinwsre, and
The Place for bargains iu evsry department of our mammoth stock i' ,
NEW LUMBER YARD.'
J. II. tiKVVKS ti V.I.
PRAL-ErW IN PIN'R m;mrit.,
miiNfiLPw LATff, WL
DOOK-V. HMNDfl.sod all sildiBf material
Call and sec us at the corner of
11th and Elm street, one block
north of lleiscl's mill.
Everything to Furnish Vour House.
I. w v a -a -v "Tk m a -Wk T i f
. rJiA'RLMAlN b
HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
Having tmrchiwed the J. V.
Main Btrect where I am now
cr than the cheapest huvinir
of new good ever brought to
and furniture of all kiinUrold
WILL KEEP CONSTANT L , ON HANI)
... ' I m-
- A Tall and Couplet line of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, , and Oils.1'-
D3UGCIST3 SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Cnrcfully Compounded at all Hour
Tthe positive cure. I i
a f.Ut limnilFRs. 4 anai
Hound Oak are llicir pocultj.
They alea carry a
fiae assortment of car
penter tools, Cutlery
nnd shelf hardware,
f I'ricea have been ct
right down to suit tha
Weckbuch store room on noulls
located I can kcII good cheap
iuht nut in the laic-cut stock
the city, (jwoline stove
on the mstallnt'iit plan,
aiNawTort iMna W (ia a j - ,
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